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Endometriosis Awareness Month
As part of Endometriosis Awareness Month, we asked Dr Yogesh Nikam, Specialist Gynaecological Surgeon and Robotic Surgeon at Norwest Private Hospital to answer some frequently asked questions about endometriosis.
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National Skin Cancer Action Week
We asked Dr Gavin Sandercoe, FRACS, Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon at Norwest Private Hospital to answer some common questions about taking care of our skin and sun protection.
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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month so we asked Mel Grady, Day Chemotherapy and Infusional Centre Manager at Norwest Private Hospital what we need to know about Ovarian Cancer.
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Celebrating our Norwest Indigenous Community
As an emerging aboriginal artist Karen Lee’s work stood out when the search for an indigenous artist commenced. Particularly appealing for Norwest was how Karen is influenced aesthetically and conceptually by the local environment, history and memories of the area. Karen always aims to create artworks that are vibrant with aesthetic beauty which are underpinned with meaning and stories of the connection between the past, present, environment, people and cultures. Karen Lee is a Wiradjuri woman from NSW who has lived and worked in Darug country for over 40 years.
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Looking after your heart
“These days, the transcatheter approach to valve replacement has been studied significantly. We’ve shown that in high, intermediate and inoperable risk, that a transfemoral TAVI can be better than open heart surgery.” For David, the best thing about having a TAVI is that you don’t have to have open heart surgery, and you have a quicker recovery.
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Norwest Private urges all community members not to ignore their health
Norwest Private Hospital is encouraging Sydney Northwest residents not to neglect their own health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Suzanne Hall, General Manager said “Australians have done an outstanding job in maintaining social distancing and dramatically reducing the spread of COVID-19, but warned that it is still vital that people seek medical advice and treatment should a health concern arise.”
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